Saturday, May 30, 2015

ENTP = quintessential sociopath?

From a sociopathic-identifying reader:

I have been fully immersed in psychology in the last few years, leading to my exposure to the Meyers Briggs personality indicator, which I feel is relevant to my possible sociopathy due to my strong identification with the ENTP type. 

Even on the surface level, ENTPs seem to be the ideal candidate for a sociopath: our zero tolerance policy toward boredom and consequent willingness to go to any lengths for stimulation combined with our ability to turn charm on and off without a second thought is nearly identical to the driving factors that sociopaths seem to have. Personally, I exercise my social manipulation skills (aka "charm") often and with much joy, objectively viewing most people as little more than pieces in a large and exciting game. 

Regardless of my psychopathic tendencies as a child, my uncertainty toward my identity is due largely in part to the contrast of stereotypical sociopathy and my ENTP personality. My lack of morality could either be attributed to a mental disorder or the results of inherent indecision and refusal to accept traditional ideals--although many believe INTJs to be the personality most closely linked to sociopathy, I think (possibly from personal bias) ENTPs natural inclination to charm, cajole, and intently seek out to challenge any form of regulation aligns us almost perfectly with the portrait of a sociopath.

My struggle now is mostly originated from the possibilities of either my true nature as a sociopath or of the simple fulfillment and exhibition of qualities blanketed under the ENTP personality type. 

48 comments:

  1. I just got bored enough to take the test.
    Apparently I am an ISTP-A.
    The description sounded surprisingly accurate. They even got the tomboyish leanings, relentless curiosity and bursts of concentration and energy right.
    Interesting.

    Kat

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    1. It's useful, but not perfect, just like any algorithm that tries to take something as marvelously complex as a human being and boil it down into a label. What you're left with is a component, sure, but most of what you are has evaporated.

      I think the goal for any individual serious about introversion is to capture all of those elements, and in understanding them master themselves. Extroverts are exciting, passionate, and fun to be around, but I love well my fellow introverts.

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    2. Antisocial personality disorder is the tendency to disregard safety, behave violently, break the law, and violate others’ rights. Antisocial people have a general disregard for others, and they tend to lie and steal. This is clear xSTP behavior.
      ESTP, ISTP

      Those who are paranoid generally believe that everyone is trying to harm them. This notion causes hostility, emotional detachment, and distrust of others. Such aversive behaviors are likely to be found in Introverted Thinkers. IxTx types are the most detached and wary; taken to the extreme, paranoia takes hold of their minds.
      ISTJ, ISTP, INTJ, INTP

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    3. Anon (6:35 AM), Your reply is well-phrased and substantially digested. The complexity of the human brain is difficult to label, and I can understand your point about capturing the elements of introversion and excelling at them. I agree with your whole comment.

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    4. Thanks, Once. It was actually a bit of an epiphany, and now I think I may have a complex personality. I might have mistaken my personality complexes for personality disorders, hence the current canvas for my thoughts.

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    5. I, too, have a complex personality, Anon, and hearing of your epiphany has raised more questions in my mind. If you can add to your present canvas of thoughts, what medium or descriptions would you use to represent and vivify those complexes?

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    6. A three-dimensional field of bubbles representing major errors of cognition and behavior, surrounded by blebs of events and thoughts containing historical evidence. This would allow links to be made between them, overlaps to be identified, and hopefully underlying mechanisms to be simplified, unraveled, and repaired.

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    7. ISTP's and ESTP's strike me as being most likely to be the classic sociopathic personality. Ironically, while they may be destructive on a small scale, they don't strike me as being as dangerous to society as malignant narcissists. Why? Because these two types are very live and let live.

      That said- N-J combinations strike me as being the most worrisome when combined with trauma and high intelligence. They are most likely to create a persona that is more consistent with narcissism than anything you'd see from an SP who is more about short term personas to pull off a con job. If you throw extraversion in the mix, you get something even more volatile. People make the mistake of thinking T's are less empathetic than F's- but I'd argue that most borderlines are F's so clearly there needs to be a combination of thinking and feeling for there to be a stable personality.

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  2. I think any of the analyst types can be sociopaths.

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  3. In the old days psychopaths did not "work on any exams" to be or not to be things, nobody knew to which "subcategory" they did belong. The activity is "in line" with socios inflated sense of importance. As if finding out which level of "nutty" is appropriate is some type of diploma. A rational motive would be to see if they maybe not are psychopaths at all, but unfortunately this is almost never the case.

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  4. Absolutely not.
    Most sociopaths are ESTP. They are engaged socially. They are interested
    in the REAL world, and want to durive as much pleasure as they can from it.
    They are cool thinkers, rather then "emotive" feelers. And they crave freedom
    above all else.
    As an example of the sociopath's inability to process emotion, I refer you to
    two cases:
    During the Scott Peterson trial, films of Laci, the wife he murdered, were shown.
    He had a plastic smile on his face, and a teardrop falling from one eye.
    Throughout the Casey Anthony trial, she dabbed at her eyes with tissues, and
    she ALSO had this same phony smile, when films were shown of her bouncing
    her daughter on her knees. The only real tears she cried was when her brother
    (Whom she was likely having sex with.) cried for her. When the "grief expert"
    testafied, it was back to the eye dabs with the tissues.
    Also, when President Clinton, the famous liar and horn dog, was
    caught on film exiting his pal Ron Brown's funeral, he was caught on camera,
    joking and laughing. The instant he realized he was being filmed he snapped on
    an expression of grief.
    These people are wicked. The are dangerous. They are trash. Their only saving
    grace is that they are bolstered by the media, which is collectively socopathic,
    and some have enough charisma that people want to crawl into bed with them.
    Not our future President Hillary through. I wouldn't ______ Hillary if she was the
    last hag.

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    1. So, people with low empathy are despicable monsters, be they sociopaths, autistic, or simply NT's (analysts/rationals) like the subject of this post. Got it. Well, you'd better hope one of these monsters is working on you should you end up in the hospital, as blubbering upsides like yourself aren't cut out for much more than bawling and shoveling ice cream into your vapid, pudgy faces, choking out indignation between sobs and swallows.

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    2. Blubbering pussies, sorry. Autocorrect ;)

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    3. Yeah. You're the obsessive twat screaming "death to fuglies" and seriously advocating that pretty sociopaths be paired off or lined up to please assholes who like you, who couldn't get laid if their lives depended upon it- and *we're* the trashy monsters.

      ::Eyeroll::

      Go scarf another tub of ice cream because a strong woman wouldn't look twice at you, let alone fuck you, Lonnie. Yeah, I said it. No "______" required, shithead. :P

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    4. It's hard work being this trashy!

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    1. Narcissistic personality disorder is a condition in which one believes that they are superior to everyone else. They fantasize and exaggerate their abilities and self-worth (N), expect constant praise from others (E), and are insensitive to others’ emotions (T). In reality, you’ll probably find that the most arrogant people out there are ENTxs.
      ENTJ, ENTP

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  6. ENTP, an INTP on steroids/ADHD ?

    Could be dangerous, if the heart isn't connected to others'

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  7. Those who are paranoid generally believe that everyone is trying to harm them. This notion causes hostility, emotional detachment, and distrust of others. Such aversive behaviors are likely to be found in Introverted Thinkers. IxTx types are the most detached and wary; taken to the extreme, paranoia takes hold of their minds.
    ISTJ, ISTP, INTJ, INTP

    Schizoid personality disorder is somewhat similar to the previous one. It entails a lack of willingness to engage in social interaction and emotional expression. Again, sounds like a fitting disorder for an IxTx. They appear indifferent to the outside world. But not only are they indifferent, they are unable to pick up on social cues. ISTxs, who are more observant than their iNtuitive counterparts, are often able to read nonverbal behavior. That leaves the schizoids with INTx. Schizoids resembles those with Asperger’s syndrome, which contains mainly INTxs.
    INTJ, INTP

    Next we’ll talk about schizotypical people. There’s only one type in particular that this personality disorder would affect. First of all, they have quite odd behavior, dress, beliefs, and perceptions. Combined with indifference to others, discomfort in close relationships, and stunted emotional expression, we’re already at INTx. J or P? Well, schizotypical people often succumb to magical thinking, and they believe that symbolic messages are hidden just for them. This pattern of thought reflects Introverted iNtuition.
    INTJ

    Antisocial personality disorder is the tendency to disregard safety, behave violently, break the law, and violate others’ rights. Antisocial people have a general disregard for others, and they tend to lie and steal. This is clear xSTP behavior.
    ESTP, ISTP

    People who have borderline personality disorder are fundamentally different from what we have discussed so far. Instead of withdrawing sharply, they are often overly expressive. They fear being alone (E), have unstable moods and volatile relationships (F), and tend to be risky and impulsive (SP). This would suggest ESFP, but borderline people also exhibit suicidal behavior, an INFP trait. I suppose we can overlook this discrepancy, however, since those who are flawed in such a way may naturally consider suicide.
    ESFP

    Histrionic personality disorder is like the one above. People with this disorder are excessively emotional and sensitive to what others say (F), constantly seeking attention (E), and concerned with their physical appearance (S). It follows that a histrionic person is more often than not an ESFx.
    ESFJ, ESFP

    Narcissistic personality disorder is a condition in which one believes that they are superior to everyone else. They fantasize and exaggerate their abilities and self-worth (N), expect constant praise from others (E), and are insensitive to others’ emotions (T). In reality, you’ll probably find that the most arrogant people out there are ENTxs.
    ENTJ, ENTP

    Those with avoidant personality disorder are much the opposite of the previous one. Their extreme shyness, timidity, and sensitivity combined with their social isolation and feelings of inadequacy indicates some variation of IxFx.
    ISFJ, ISFP, INFJ, INFP

    Next is dependent personality disorder, which, like schizotypical and borderline, mostly affects a single type. People with this condition behave submissively towards others, show a desire to be taken care of, tolerate abusive treatment, and feel the need to start a new relationship when one has ended. This closely resembles the negative part of the ISFJ profile.
    ISFJ

    Lastly, we’ll take a look at obsessive compulsive personality disorder. These individuals are overly concerned with rules and orderliness, strive for perfectionism, are highly inflexible, and have a strong desire to be in control of situations. This description just screams xSTJ.
    ESTJ, ISTJ

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  8. Your probably got that from an INTP-forum.

    1 narrow-minded INTP who wrote that. Sounds more as an INTJ, when I think about what is written

    I've seen very similar pieces around somewhere. It is a "good" and kind of entertaining analysis, but in all seriousness, it is all BS in many ways.

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    1. You are wrong.

      http://myersbriggs.tumblr.com/post/16633511547/disordered-personalities

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    2. read the link. It's pretty good although I've heard multiple times that evil dictators (Hitler comes to mind) are often ENFJ…perhaps because of the charisma? This blog states that personality and ENFP are not associated with disordered personalities.

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  9. Seems like I struck a nerve. I have no idea why. You would say that
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    They are BOLD and want to use and disgurd people after they are done with
    them. They are not impractible dreamers. They want excitement and MATERIAL
    goods. And yes they are THINKERS rather then FEELERS. They are NOT
    sentimental. They dispose of their offspring like flushing a toilet. And rules are
    NOT made for them. They can't keep schedules-FOR LONG.
    Doctor's and nurses? They are like Dr. Swango, who murdered dozens on
    various continents or that Sociopathic nurse from the 1800's who was placed in
    a mental hospital where she did NOT belong and STILL longed to kill.
    BTW RE Sex. I've NEVER had it and never will. But being that my Astrological
    clearly demonstrates why this can't be, I don't long for it as much. Also, IF YOU
    DO have plans in tracking me down, only do so, if you look like Casey (She is
    in N.Y. brokering a deal) or Jodi Arias (A tragic waste of a beautiful body.)
    I'd rather the last thing I see be someone like them, as what it's really likely to be.

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  11. I honestly don't think the Myers-Briggs Personalities have a significant correlation to sociopathy, or other "disorders", at all. The Myers-Briggs tests I've come across so far solely seem to explore accumulated communicative and interpersonal strategies rather than intrapersonal strategies or the interconnected traits making up the innate personality of an individual and thus invalidating such a personality test as a means to identify neuro-atypical, or "disordered", minds.

    FYI, I've tested as INTP mostly, followed by ISTP and every once in a while ENTP. According to Anon@101am's quote I might be an antisocial paranoid shizoid with narcissistic tendencies. LoL (well maybe....)

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    1. Okay, I should really come down first before writing a comment after working 5 hours straight on a protocol...

      What I wanted to say is: It's total bullshit to think your MBTI type determines whether or not you're predisposed for sociopathy or that you've got to have a certain MBTI type to be one, since all I can see such tests measure is the way you favorably interact with the world around you instead of measuring how your brain works. Just my opinion.

      And now I've got to get some fresh air...

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    2. You worked five, long hours on a protocol? Did it have to do with determining where you might place within the MBTI labyrinth? I am highly drawn to working within the intricate architecture of a labyrinth, creating and solving its multi-layers toward attaining a workable solution or plausible answer.

      The MBTI is not an IQ test, but it unveils some traits that occur at a certain frequency within the inherent construct of a given brain. INTJs share my opinion.

      Fresh air should "clarify" some facts or opinions for you, NM.

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    3. Also, NM, I do not like squandering my energy. It's one of my personality's quirks.

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    4. Hi Smarty, to be precise, I worked 5 "long" hours on correcting the facts my team got wrong in a "protocol" which is nothing like the protocols I'm used to write. The task was to write a complete theoretical study about a SNP we got assigned to (I was first so I could choose, tho I couldn't choose the team that got assigned to me) using a PCR-RFLP-Analysis, Restrictionendonucleasedigest and Gelelectrophoresis so the professor can see whether we actually understood what we were doing in laboratory following the script.

      I had to correct the primer design, the cutting sites of the enzyme, the amplicon lenght, pretty much everything I asked them to do. Plus I wrote the design of the study and the whole background information concerning CDH13. Very interesting stuff, but a lot of papers to read to get the a picture of how to design a realistic study.

      "Fresh air should "clarify" some facts or opinions for you, NM."
      I meant fresh air in a literal sense, I really needed to go outside after spending the day inside. And yes, it did.

      "The MBTI is not an IQ test, but it unveils some traits that occur at a certain frequency within the inherent construct of a given brain."
      I can't argue with that, however I'd say it describes rather the underlying coping mechanisms of a person's behavior than the person itself. Those, let's call it 'behavioral patterns' for the sake of simplification, can be observed through a questionnaire asking things like "What do you do if", but my point is:
      However you describe or name such observed behavioral patterns, they should still not be confused with the underlying condition (be it 'normal', 'disordered' or otherwise 'not normal') which molds those behavioral patterns. They are not the same.

      Let me put it into other words: You can have two people answering with the same behavioral pattern in a defined situation, yet have thoroughly different conditions. Clear what I mean? (Abstract concepts make it sometimes hard for me to choose phrases which convey what I want to say.)

      Oh I might add I don't think IQ tests measure sufficiently how smart someone is. I don't say this because of my own IQ but rather because of all the stories I've read and heard about IQ tests, and my own experiences exposing rather strange outcomes. I'm happy with not knowing where I'd actually fall, and I'm quite sure the first few times I got tested were almost as wrong as the last time. What's your opinion on IQ tests in general, and where would you have put me on the scale? (Rather to be taken lightly - as a game of some sort. I like to put stuff on scales and compare to how others see it.)
      I'd place you rather high up somewhere about 130 to 160 tho I'm not entirely sure. The way you write, and I don't mean the sophisticated words or petty 'mind games' (some are really fun, others are just tedious), but rather the way you construct sentences, is something I don't see often.


      "Also, NM, I do not like squandering my energy. It's one of my personality's quirks."
      I meant to answer your reply about the renaissance epoch, read it twice, then a third time, but couldn't come up with anything worth to say. I tried to, but it seems my motivation is playing tricks on me. My life is... difficult at the moment. I apologize for the inconvenience.

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    5. Well, NM, having analyzed your comment, it looks as though you are heading toward human gene mutation, which is a project that your professor will most likely include in the script preceding laboratory research and engaging discoveries. Human gene mutation will take you into the immersing world of transformations and evolved, distilling techniques. I can see your laboratory hours increasing “considerably.” You will be stepping into a world of new, fresh capabilities.

      “I can't argue with that, however I'd say it describes rather the underlying coping mechanisms of a person's behavior than the person itself.”

      When one pursues an extensive project as you have done for five, protracted hours, s/he is able to think and behave in ways that qualify outside the “nucleic” personality. I am quite sure that you experienced it first-hand during the explanation of the professor’s script, and then even more so in the transformative laboratory.

      IQ-wise, thank you for thinking so highly of me, as well as for speaking so pleasantly about my writing. I am not certain of your exact place on the IQ scale, but just as you have given your opinion of my IQ-spectrum, it would most likely be on a high level.

      “My life is... difficult at the moment. I apologize for the inconvenience.”

      I accept your apology, NM. What is making your life so difficult at the moment?

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    6. "Abstract concepts make it sometimes hard for me to choose phrases which convey what I want to say."

      NM, I am quite used to abstract concepts, and I do well with them. So, even though you might not choose your phrases "perfectly," I will be able to "decipher" your intended essence.

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    7. I'm currently learning the basics, I'm a first-year undergraduate student. There's no way yet to tell whether I end up in the research field of human genetics or anywhere else, however my laboratory hours will definitely increase. I'm looking forward to this and all the possibilities awaiting me.

      The professor's script didn't have much information in it other than the very basics of the techniques we used to amplificate samples which were already genotyped preemptively so we students can't mess up the results. We were required to do our own research on how exactly everything works and what the assigned SNP does. If you're interested, it's the rs11694622 variation, which seems to be related to ADHD in adult patients and might be correlated with violent behavior in criminals.

      "When one pursues an extensive project as you have done for five, protracted hours, s/he is able to think and behave in ways that qualify outside the “nucleic” personality. I am quite sure that you experienced it first-hand during the explanation of the professor’s script, and then even more so in the transformative laboratory."
      I experienced this many times in my life. I tend to concentrate on my favourite projects I work on for an extended period of time in a way which kind of knocks out most of my innate responses and gives me a strangely appealing sense of elation and serenity concurrently.

      Regarding the IQ stuff, you really don't have to thank me. I generally don't hand out compliments if I don't mean it, and most is rather to be classified as an observation and not a compliment anyways.
      A lot of people have told me I likely have a high intelligence level - and were surprised to hear I had "only" an IQ of 110, as is the result of a test taken a year ago. I'm hesitant to believe the outcome, for once because it would either mean I have a lot more superficial charm than what I thought (why else would people think I'm smarter than they when in fact I'm just different?) or, more disturbingly, I might have been more than just a bit of a narcissist. Well, the other option is that the test didn't work - which is a likable option considering I was quite distracted by the psychologist plus she did upset me before starting the test.

      "What is making your life so difficult at the moment?"
      A number of problems and circumstances, there's a lot going forward in the past month, a lot has changed and I was able to accomplish two major life goals I tried hard to reach for several years and failed every time in the past (I had almost given up on one of them). It's just a bit too much at once, and I'm not exactly happy about how fast certain things are going, as it causes a bit of stress which then leads to small mistakes in the way I interact with certain people which, more often than not, leads to catastrophes I'm not keen on.

      "I am quite used to abstract concepts, and I do well with them. So, even though you might not choose your phrases "perfectly," I will be able to "decipher" your intended essence."
      I'm very happy to hear that.

      I'm going to bed now, since it's well past 1 am over here and I've got to spend half of tomorrow in another lab. Good night, Smarty.

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    8. “I'm currently learning the basics, I'm a first-year undergraduate student. There's no way yet to tell whether I end up in the research field of human genetics or anywhere else, however my laboratory hours will definitely increase. I'm looking forward to this and all the possibilities awaiting me.”

      Human genetics would be a fine choice, NM. You will sojourn in all of those possibilities. And as your laboratory hours will accrue, so will your experience. I am quite certain of it.

      “I'm very happy to hear that.”

      Well, how would you experiment with this “treasure trove” in the laboratory, and what would be your “very” first thought that comes to mind? Would they, perhaps, lead toward a “new” creation? If so, what would it look like, sound like, or what would characterize its new-found behavior?

      http://www.livescience.com/50995-mozart-beethoven-hair-auction.html

      Ending my reply with its beginning, I am “preparing” you for the road ahead in the field of "human gene mutations." Keep those accruing laboratory hours in mind, NM.

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    9. Would they, perhaps, lead toward a “new” creation? I am referring to pullulating thoughts, NM.

      ...providing that you get to actually "take home a bit of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart's mane" and "a few of Ludwig van Beethoven's" DNA. I know that it sounds "dubious," but I have entertained the "notion" from "Jurassic Park" more than once.

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    10. "We were required to do our own research on how exactly everything works and what the assigned SNP does. If you're interested, it's the rs11694622 variation,..."

      "That lock was apparently cut from Beethoven's head as he lay on his deathbed."

      These thoughts and "image" brought this "Charade" scene to mind. I just could not help it. :)

      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pFhD7dnqEbg

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  12. i thought sociopaths don't have one particular MBTI type, but they can change it according to the situation they are in o.O

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  13. ENTP as a personality type for a sociopath? In reality, sociopaths aren't described or identified as extraverted, very outgoing, unreserved and chatty. It doesn't seem to fit.

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    1. ENTP are one of the (if not, the most) most intraverted extroverts. As a result, they don't have qualities that the stereotypical extrovert have or lack. ENTP could act like introverts.

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    2. ENTP are one of the (if not, the most) most intraverted extroverts. As a result, they don't have qualities that the stereotypical extrovert have or lack. ENTP could act like introverts.

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  14. The FNP is a very ISFP sociopath. Creative, adventurous, private, competitive, beautiful, artistic, relaxed, fun-seeking.

    Also chatted to a very INTJ sociopath who was a systematic thinker, strategic, articulate, driven to find patterns and conclusions, rigorous.

    Their sociopathic characteristics manifested IAW their MBTI type. And I probably glossed over the FNP's warning signs as type differences... eg proneness to boredom, self-centredness, stubbornness. Being an INTJ myself, I was all about trying to make things work using the MBTI lens... eg I encouraged his creativity in trying to solve problems between us (eg his showing up to sex with his imaginary French-speaking friend in lieu of a threesome. It was exciting and sweet and really freaking strange all at once.)

    But there came a point when I just thought there must be something not quite right with him. And then it was "stalemate".

    INTJs the quintessential sociopath? Perhaps it's that some traits are similar. We're utilitarian in approach and aren't particularly enamoured of society, so are happy to find workarounds. I remember explaining to the FNP that one ought to phrase communications in such a way as to achieve the desired result... my INTJ sociopath friend laughed at this, saying I had totally validated his sociopathic approach to getting what you want while staying inside the rules.

    Personally speaking, the strategy involved in relating to a psychopath is extremely fascinating, a pleasure.


    Pretty keen to find out M.E.s type. Was thinking ENTJ while reading the book.

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  16. i want to give thanks to my dr and i will always give thanks to DR OGUDUDU who brought back my love that has left me for 6years within 48hours, i have said about this last week but i promised to always tell people about this every week end so that those that did not read about it last week will read about it this week, i have been looking for how to get this boy back to my life because i love this boy with the whole of my heart, i could not replace him with any body,one day i was watching my television when i saw a lady giving thanks to DR OGUDUDU and telling the world how he helped her i was so shocked i could not believe it because i never taught that there are powers that can bring back lost love, then that was how i decided to contact him too because i do really need my love back,when i contacted him i told him everything and he told me not to worry that my love will surely be back to my arms within 48hours at first i could not believe because i was thinking how could somebody that has gone for 6years come back within 48 hours,so then i decided to watch and see,unbelievable within the next 48hours i got a call from unknown number so i decided to pick the call the next thing i could hear was my loves voice he was pleading and begging me on the phone that i should forgive him that i should forget all that have happened that he did not know what came over him,he promised not to leave for any reason, that he was really sorry for what he did,i was so surprised because i never believed that this could happen,so that was how i accepted his apology and the next morning he came to my house and still pleading for me to forgive, him i told him that everything is okay that i have forgiven him, that was how we started again and now we are married, i promised to say this testimony in radio station, commenting this testimony is still okay but before this month runs out i promise to say this in radio station and i will,sir thank you very much.World please am begging you people to try and thank this man for me,or if you need his help here is his email address drogududuspellhome@gmail.com. or call +2348144368825 THANK YOU DR

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  17. OMG!! This is certainly a shocking and a genuine Testimony..I visited a forum here on the internet on the 20TH OF JUNE 2014, And i saw a marvelous testimony of this heard nor learnt anything about magic before.. Not a soul would have been able to influence me about magical spells, not until DR OSAUYI did it for me and restored my marriage of 8 years back to me and brought my spouse back to me in the same 24 hours just as i read on the internet..i was truly astonished and shocked when my husband knelt down begging for forgiveness and for me to accept him back.. I am really short of expressions, and i don't know how much to convey my appreciation to you DR OSAUYI you are a God sent to me and my entire family.. And now i am a joyful woman once again.. here is his website: Email: Osauyilovespell@gmail.com OR CALL +2347064294395 Mrs Miller Moore from England City.(http://osauyilovespelll.webs.com/)

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  18. OMG!! This is certainly a shocking and a genuine Testimony..I visited a forum here on the internet on the 20TH OF JUNE 2014, And i saw a marvelous testimony of this heard nor learnt anything about magic before.. Not a soul would have been able to influence me about magical spells, not until DR OSAUYI did it for me and restored my marriage of 8 years back to me and brought my spouse back to me in the same 24 hours just as i read on the internet..i was truly astonished and shocked when my husband knelt down begging for forgiveness and for me to accept him back.. I am really short of expressions, and i don't know how much to convey my appreciation to you DR OSAUYI you are a God sent to me and my entire family.. And now i am a joyful woman once again.. here is his website: Email: Osauyilovespell@gmail.com OR CALL +2347064294395 Mrs Miller Moore from England City.(http://osauyilovespelll.webs.com/)

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    1. How i got my boyfriend back.Am Stacey Bruno by name I never believed in love spells or magic until I met this spell caster once when i went to see my friend in Indian this year on a business summit. I meant a man who's name is Dr ATILA he is really powerful and could help cast spells to bring back one's gone, lost, misbehaving lover and magic money spell or spell for a good job or luck spell .I'm now happy & a living testimony cos the man i had wanted to marry left me 5 weeks before our wedding and my life was upside down cos our relationship has been on for 3years. I really loved him, but his mother was against us and he had no good paying job. So when i met this spell caster, i told him what happened and explained the situation of things to him. At first i was undecided,skeptical and doubtful, but i just gave it a try. And in 7 days when i returned to Canada, my boyfriend (now husband) called me by himself and came to me apologizing that everything had been settled with his mom and family and he got a new job interview so we should get married. I didn't believe it cos the Dr ATILA only asked for my name and my boyfriends name and all i wanted him to do. Well we are happily married now and we are expecting our little kid, and my husband also got the new job and our lives became much better. His email is: atilahealinghome@yahoo.com

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    2. I am here to give testimony of how I got back my husband who left me over 3 months now, we got married for more than 7 years and have gotten two kids. thing were going well with us and we are always happy. until one day my husband started to behave in a way I could not understand, I was very confused by the way he treat me and the kids. later that month he did not come home again and he called me that he want a divorce, I asked him what have I done wrong to deserve this from him, all he was saying is that he want a divorce that he hate me and do not want to see me again in his life, I was mad and also frustrated do not know what to do, i was sick for more than 2 weeks because of the divorce. I love him so much he was everything to me without him my life is incomplete. So I decided to tell my co-worker and when I told her shell told me that there is a Psychic spell caster named Priest Wise that I should contact him that he can solve my problems. So she gave me his email and his website and I contacted Priest Wise and explained everything that has happen to him. And he only tell me not to worry that my husband was going to come back to me just as he left I thought it was a joke. But it was a surprise to me when it happen the way Priest Wise said it. Now I am a leaving testimony to what Priest Wise can do. So if you are passing through similar problem just as I was you can as well contact Priest Wise I know he will still solve your problem as well. Here is Priest Wise email peterwisespellcast@gmail.com or his website on You call also call his telephone number +2349051208634

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  19. I am here to give testimony of how I got back my husband who left me over 3 months now, we got married for more than 7 years and have gotten two kids. thing were going well with us and we are always happy. until one day my husband started to behave in a way I could not understand, I was very confused by the way he treat me and the kids. later that month he did not come home again and he called me that he want a divorce, I asked him what have I done wrong to deserve this from him, all he was saying is that he want a divorce that he hate me and do not want to see me again in his life, I was mad and also frustrated do not know what to do, i was sick for more than 2 weeks because of the divorce. I love him so much he was everything to me without him my life is incomplete. So I decided to tell my co-worker and when I told her shell told me that there is a Psychic spell caster named Priest Wise that I should contact him that he can solve my problems. So she gave me his email and his website and I contacted Priest Wise and explained everything that has happen to him. And he only tell me not to worry that my husband was going to come back to me just as he left I thought it was a joke. But it was a surprise to me when it happen the way Priest Wise said it. Now I am a leaving testimony to what Priest Wise can do. So if you are passing through similar problem just as I was you can as well contact Priest Wise I know he will still solve your problem as well. Here is Priest Wise email peterwisespellcast@gmail.com or his website on You call also call his telephone number +2349051208634''

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